Plaza de los Mariachis
The fabulously wide pedestrian Plaza Tapatía sprawls for more than 500m east from Teatro Degollado. Stroll the plaza on Sundays and you...
Templo Santa Eduviges
The sanctuary at the Templo Santa Eduviges, built in 1726, is usually packed with worshippers and, during Mass, perfumed with clouds of...
Instituto Cultural de Cabañas
Standing proudly at the east end of the brilliant Plaza Tapatía is another of Guadalajara’s architectural gems. Inside its enchanting...
The Teatro Degollado is a downtown cultural center that hosts a range of drama, dance and music performances.
Centro Historico ; Chapultepec Guadalajara’s young and pretty pack into plush booths to sip chai lattes and nibble on panini at this...
Plaza de los Mariachis information
Just south of Av Javier Mina, this is the birthplace of mariachi music. By day it’s just a narrow walking street, flanked by charming old buildings and dotted with a few plastic tables and chairs and the odd uniformed mariachi man chatting on a cell phone. At night it can get lively, when patrons swill beer and listen to bands play requests for about M$100 per song.